There is something very dangerous about total conformity. We don't celebrate who we already are because, according to statistics, we want to be like everyone else!
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Even though it was never a top twenty show, The Twilight Zone was a jewel that captured a generation.
Shadowy non-state actors contemplate flattening an American city with a device smuggled into the United States at one hundred possible ports of entry.
Amazon folded like a flimsy book page on the issue whether their new Kindle should be able to sound out words.
Decades before Uncle Tupelo, Wilco, Son Volt and The Jayhawks re-introduced and expanded the parameters of roots-rock, there was a scrappy little group, originally hailing from El Cerrito, California.
Is there still money to be made from "Matlock"?
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